The Whiteinch Centre is currently seeking to recruit a Centre Assistant Post to deliver an effective day-to-day reception and housekeeping service to users and staff of the Whiteinch Centre.Whteinch Centre new logo

The post is for 12 hours, 9am to 5pm Friday (7 hours excluding lunch break) and 4.45pm to 9.45pm Monday (5 hours) plus additional hours, as and when required, to cover holidays and events. The pay rate is £6.78 per hour and the position is funded up until September 2016.

The post of Centre Assistant (CA) is key to the efficient delivery of services from the Centre and to maintaining high standards of customer care. The Centre plans an expansion of existing services, partnerships and increased commercial letting and requires a dedicated and enthusiastic individual to be part of the front of house team.

As a member of the front of the house team the CA will provide reception cover for the Centre acting as a polite and friendly first point of contact for the public.  The successful candidate will also provide security for out of hours events (including licensed events), carry out general janitorial duties, deal with booking enquires and receive/receipt payments from groups.

In addition to salary, WCL also offers a 5% employer contribution to staff members’ personal pension plans and an attractive benefits package.

The post has been funded through the Big Lottery and at present, we have funding to September 2016. Further funding applications will be made as we approach that date to ensure the Centre continues to deliver its services into the future.

For application pack please email Karen McQueen at kmcqueen@wsha.org.uk.  Closing date for all applications is noon on Friday 28th February 2014.

WhiteinchPictureThe Whiteinch (Community) Centre opened in 2006 and is a vibrant community facility offering numerous opportunities and services to local residents and businesses alike.  The Centre operates as a social enterprise and is owned by the local community and managed by Whiteinch Centre Limited on their behalf. It provides a range of essential services and activities aimed at improving health and increasing learning opportunities and it represents a hub of regeneration in the local neighbourhood.